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Japanese transport officials in Osaka have shut down a foreign language website for the city’s subway system after a string of hilariously garbled lost in translation phrases went viral on social media.
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Osaka's metro network has shut down its foreign language sites after users noticed some odd translations. Among the errors on its English page was the literal translation of Sakaisuji line as "Sakai muscle".